“Committed to preparing young men for college and for the process of life-long learning.”
The Brother Rice High School mission statement says it all. The transcription fares true for many who have walked through the doors of Brother Rice. Many notable personalities have stepped foot in this respected high school, like NHL Hall of Famer Eddie Olcyzk and Philadelphia Phillies manager Pete Mackanin.
The Catholic school located in Chicago’s south side has done the unthinkable for Michigan State baseball commit Ryan King. The Crusaders’ shortstop is one of the most highly touted athletes in the state of Illinois, and he is indebted to his term at Brother Rice.